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The Lancaster Lady Bruins took control from the start of the match and did not let Lugoff-Elgin get into its offensive ideas, or patterns on the way to an 8-0 non-region win.
Lena Pringle scored on her own assist in the five-minute mark of the match and then scored two other times in the first 15 minutes to put the match away and set up a possession game the rest of the way.
Frances Whitesides, Ashley Cauthen and Sarah DeVenny were all instrumental in keeping possession and pushing the attack in the first half of play.
“All members of the squad played and did a fine job holding the ball and looking for the open player,” LHS coach Bo Sylvia said. “We worked on possession throughout the match and look forward to a similar possession match on Thursday against Chester.”
Thursday will be LHS senior night. The Bruins varsity girls and boys will be honored along with their parents after the girls match at 6:15 p.m. and just before the boys match. All parents are asked to report to the field at 6 p.m.
Being honored for their contributions will be:
Boys varsity: Dillon Huggins, Austin Blackwell
Girls varsity: Sarah DeVenny, Morgan Gardner, Beth Tomlin, Lena Pringle and Rebecca Sizemore.
Lady Warriors fall
Providence Athletic Club defeated Indian Land 5-2.
Providence forged a 3-1 halftime lead on the way to the win.
Julia Greiner scored two goals and Ashleigh Outen added an assist for IL.
Keeper Kaitlin Lusk made eight saves at the net.
Providence had 13 shots to nine for IL, 11-5-1 overall, 9-3-1 for regular-season play.